The next time you update Pokemon Go, you may see some new creatures. The next update is expected to launch this week with some new ways to catch them!
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A Beginners Guide to Pokemon Go
1. Choosing a Nickname
When you open the game for the first time, or if you are signed out, you will be prompted to sign up for an account using either a Gmail account or a Pokemon Trainer Club. After you set up your account you can use the same credentials to login back in to the account. When you have completed that you will be greeted by Professor Willow who will give you the standard Pokemon greeting and will ask you your name. Be aware that this name will be your displayed name in game and does get used frequently. So pick a good one! The nicknames are similar to emails or usernames, in that yours has to be unique to you. The nickname pool is growing smaller and smaller so most likely you will need to add some numbers after your name.
2. Choosing a Look and a Starter
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